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  • SAP execs outline plans for Sybase

    SAP executives today outlined the company's strategy for the recently acquired Sybase, which includes the creation of a mobile platform that can run on-premises or in the cloud, connects to every application and is compatible with "all major" mobile operating systems and devices.

  • SAP, Sybase lay out tech road maps

    SAP and Sybase officials gathered in Boston on Thursday to reveal how they plan to bring together their respective technologies in the areas of mobility, analytics and enterprise information management.

  • HP, Sybase team to offer DIY BI blueprint

    Hoping to undercut the prices of business intelligence (BI) appliances offered by other vendors, Sybase and Hewlett-Packard have posted a reference architecture for building a BI system that could cost significantly less than most pre-packaged BI appliances, the companies claim.

  • SAP warms to open source

    Although not traditionally known for its contributions to the open-source community, the German-based SAP is adopting more open-source software, as well as contributing more of its own code back into the community, company officials said in an interview.

  • What makes Sybase worth nearly $6 billion to SAP?

    Few companies get a chance at a second life. When John Chen signed on as CEO of Sybase in 1998, the database software vendor was, in Chen's own words, "a very, very dead company." Once a strong competitor to Oracle, Sybase had lost its way, in part because it missed the opportunity to enter the enterprise application market Oracle now leads.

  • Sybase promises integrated mobile platform

    Sybase will dramatically revamp and integrate its conglomeration of mobile software products, assuming software giant SAP, which is buying Sybase, doesn't have other ideas.

  • SAP Mostly Mum On Sybase Plans

    SAP Executives have said little about their plans for Sybase products once <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9176657/_SAP_to_buy_Sybase_for_5.8B_in_all_cash_deal">the enterprise software vendor's $5.8 billion deal</a> to buy the Dublin, Calif., database maker closes, leaving Sybase users and partners wondering about the fate of technology that many of them depend on.